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Highlight of Jamaica Inn and Attractions in Ocho Rios via The Epoch Times

Visitors to Jamaica may not be aware that this island just south of Cuba is the third-most populous anglophone country in the Americas, after the United States and Canada.

The high volume of tourists to Jamaica is of course

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According to findings from the American Academy of Pediatrics, American children spend an average of seven hours a day on entertainment media, including phones, computers, and televisions. Parents are therefore opting for meaningful outdoor

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To the south of Ocho Rios, hidden in the looming mountains, lie pools of crystalline turquoise waters, which beckon to you to take a leap and immerse yourself in promises of a cool and refreshing swim. Blue hole, often called Irie Blue Hole, this attraction is arguably the most visited,

Cruise passengers looking to capture memorable moments of Jamaica’s beauty will find plenty of content worthy of populating their Instagram feed. The picturesque, sun-drenched shores of Jamaica oozes with no-filter-needed backdrops that can make anyone envious. And with world-renowned food and

From Montego Bay to Ocho Rios, Kingston to Port Antonio, cruise passengers disembarking in Jamaica for the day can choose from a wide range of activities sure to excite and delight. Whether it’s enjoying the destination’s famed white sand beaches and turquoise waters, or the breathtaking scenery

According to Tripsavvy, “the Caribbean is a popular luxury honeymoon destination,” and Jamaica’s landscape provides an ideal backdrop for couples and newlyweds looking to create romantic memories. With its jagged coastline of thick foliage that opens to breathtaking waterfalls and idyllic secluded

The sun-drenched, picturesque shores of Jamaica offer cruise passengers a welcome escape after their time on the high seas. Once on island, they can find a variety of activities suitable for families wishing to spend quality time together, couples looking for romance and individuals seeking an

In as fascinating a story as the novels themselves, James Bond has his very roots in Jamaica. Not only were all 13 James Bond novels written in Jamaica, but author Ian Fleming was himself enchanted by the island and called Jamaica his home.

Ian Lancaster Fleming of the British Naval Intelligence

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